ASP .NET Ajax

ASP .NET Ajax Introduction:

AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. This is a cross platform technology which speeds up response time. The AJAX server controls add script to the page which is executed and processed by the browser. However like other ASP.NET server controls, these AJAX server controls also can have methods and event handlers associated with them, which are processed on the server side. The control toolbox in the Visual Studio IDE contains a group of controls called the ‘AJAX Extensions’.

ASP .NET Ajax Job Support

The ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit is a open source project that contains the  number of AJAX-enabled controls & extenders. If you intend to use these controls, then you need to download the runtime binaries to your local computer &  add an reference to your Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 project.

To use ASP.NET AJAX you need to download & then  install the free framework to your local computer. This will add new project templates for creating  the AJAX-enabled Web sites & new tools in the Toolbox area of  the Visual Studio 2008.

The AJAX is fast becoming a de facto standard for developing the responsive &  rich web applications. This evolutionary step in the user experience is being used in more & more web applications from  the Outlook Web Access to Google maps &  beyond. But how do you write AJAX applications? Not too long ago, you had to be an JavaScript expert & use tools that are not as sophisticated as those used in standard ASP.NET development. As such, it had been difficult &  time-consuming to develop, debug, & maintain  the AJAX applications despite their innate user friendliness. However, as the popularity & use of AJAX web applications rose, so did an number of frameworks designed to ease AJAX development by providing more out-of-the-box functionality.

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